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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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Rex Jameson

Rex Jameson, ne Coster, was a comedian and female impersonator known for his creation and stage persona Mrs Shufflewick. After radio and television success in the 1950s and early 1960s, his career declined sharply because of his alcohol abuse. He ...

                                               

Watersmeet

Watersmeet may refer to Watersmeet, Michigan, an unincorporated community within the township Watersmeet theatre, a theatre complex in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England Watersmeet Township, Michigan, a civil township of Gogebic County, Michig ...

                                               

Peace Hospice

The Peace Hospice is a health facility caring for people with a life-limiting or terminal illness, which is funded by public donations, situated on Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Hertfordshire. It is a locally listed building.

                                               

Isabella Reaney

Reaney was the daughter of Emma and Robert Edis. She was born in Huntingdon on the 15 July 1847. Her elder brother was Arthur Wellesley Edis who was a gynaecologist. Reaney seems to have led a model Christian childhood. She visited the old and po ...

                                               

David Spriggs (artist)

David Spriggs is a Canadian-British installation artist known for his large-scale 3D ephemeral installations that layer transparent images, a technique he first began to use in 1999, to create the illusion of a three-dimensional landscape.

                                               

SantEgidio

SantEgidio may refer to: Community of SantEgidio, an international Christian lay community SantEgidio, Rome Trastevere, the church from which the community of SantEgidio takes its name SantEgidio Mantua, a church in Mantua, Italy St. Giles 640?–720?

                                               

Gisela Sott

Born in Hanover, Sott was a student of Heinrich Lutter and around 1935 Alfred Hoehn at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt. She later became Alfred Hoehns assistant at the conservatory. In the 1930s and 1940s she was one of the best up-and-coming ...

                                               

Eloy de Jong

Eloy Francois Maurice Gilbert Charles Prosper de Jong is a Dutch pop singer and moderator. He became known in the early 1990s as a member of the English-Dutch boy group Caught in the Act. In 2004, he made a comeback as solo singer. In 2018, he re ...

                                               

Hans-Christof Kraus

Born in Gottingen, Kraus studied history, German literature and philosophy at the Georg-August-Universitat Gottingen from 1978 to 1984. In the 1980s he was editor of the Young Conservatives Phoenix magazine. In the late 1980s and 1990s he wrote a ...

                                               

SMS G102

SMS G102 was a German Torpedo boat that was sunk as a target by US army S.E.5 aircraft in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Henry, Virginia, United States on 13 July 1921 after having been salvaged as war reparations following her failed scuttling in S ...

                                               

Claude Ruey

Claude Ruey is a Swiss politician. He was a member of the National Council from 1999 to 2011. From 2002 to 2008, the was the president of the Liberal Party of Switzerland. During his presidency, the Liberal Party moved towards its merger with the ...

                                               

Romont railway station

Romont railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Romont, in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. It is located at the junction of the standard gauge Lausanne–Bern line of Swiss Federal Railways and the Bulle–Romont line of Transports p ...

                                               

Ecublens-Rue railway station

Ecublens-Rue railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Ecublens, in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. It is an intermediate stop on the standard gauge Palezieux–Lyss line of Swiss Federal Railways.

                                               

A. acaulis

A. acaulis may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. acaulis t ...

                                               

A. concinna

A. concinna may refer to: Areca concinna, a flowering plant Ampelocissus concinna, an Angolan climbing vine Amphiura concinna, a brittle star Acontista concinna, an Ecuadorian praying mantis Alcadia concinna, a land snail Anathallis concinna, a f ...

                                               

A. spicata

A. spicata may refer to: Artemisia spicata, a species in the genus Artemisia and ingredient found in Genepi Asterogyne spicata, a flowering plant species found only in Venezuela Anredera spicata, J. F. Gmelin, a species in the genus Anredera Aust ...

                                               

C. occidentalis

C. occidentalis may refer to: Cercis occidentalis, the western redbud, a tree native to western North America Canna occidentalis, a garden plant Celtis occidentalis, the common hackberry, a tree species native to North America Cephalanthus occide ...

                                               

Jane Parker-Smith

Jane Parker-Smith was a British classical organist. Parker-Smith studied at the Royal College of Music between 1967 and 1971 before going on to study with Jean Langlais. She performed at the BBC Proms in 1972. Parker-Smith died in London on 24 Ju ...

                                               

William McKinney (disambiguation)

William McKinney or Bill McKinney or Billy McKinney may refer to: Billy McKinney baseball born 1994, Major League Baseball Player Bill McKinney 1931–2011, American character actor Bill McKinney footballer born 1936, English former footballer Will ...

                                               

Vivian Scott

Vivian Eileen Scott was an American classical pianist and music educator. After obtaining an undergraduate degree from Howard University and a masters degree from Juilliard, she performed with distinction internationally throughout the 1950s. She ...

                                               

Ice Cream (band)

Ice Cream is a Canadian synthpop band from Toronto, Ontario, consisting of Amanda Crist and Carlyn Bezic. They are most noted for their 2019 album Fed Up, which was longlisted for the 2020 Polaris Music Prize. Formed in the early 2010s, the duo r ...

                                               

Dave Davis (musician)

Dave Davis is a jazz musician known for playing trombone with the Sun Ra Arkestra since 1997. He is one of the younger members of the band and has been called the "party-starting trombonist," with his Twitter account offering a new look into the ...

                                               

Yan (surname 严)

In 2008, the surname 严 ", pinyin Yan, or Yim in Cantonese was estimated to be the 92nd most common surname in the Peoples Republic of China, shared by around 2.2 million citizens. It is the 27th name on the Hundred Family Surnames poem. This sur ...

                                               

What Color Is Love

What Color Is Love is a 1973 studio album from American folk and rhythm and blues musician Terry Callier. Released by Cadet Records, this is the artists third album since his 1962 debut and the second of three that he recorded in short succession ...

                                               

Dbx

dbx or DBX may refer to: dbx noise reduction, a noise reduction system invented by dbx, Inc. dbx debugger, a Unix source-level debugger dbx company, a professional audio recording equipment company .dbx, the file extension for Microsoft Outlook E ...

                                               

Manifest (Amaranthe album)

Manifest is the upcoming sixth studio album by the Swedish-Danish heavy metal band Amaranthe. It is set to be released on October 2, 2020 via Nuclear Blast. The album is set to have guest appearances from Noora Louhimo from Battle Beast, Perttu K ...

                                               

Cobain Unseen

Cobain Unseen is a 2008 book about Kurt Cobain who was the front-man of American grunge band Nirvana. It was written by Charles R. Cross. The book features over 200 intimate and unreleased photos from Kurt Cobains collection of art, journal entri ...

                                               

O Trovador Solitario

O Trovador Solitario is a compilation by Brazilian singer-songwriter Renato Russo released on 13 July 2008 so as to coincide with World Rock Day. It was created with K7 tapes that he registered during his "O Trovator Solitario" era, in which he p ...

                                               

Alexa Tarantino (musician)

She has played with Sherrie Maricle and the DIVA Jazz Orchestra, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Darcy James Argues Secret Society, Wynton Marsalis, Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, and Cecile McLorin Salvant. JazzTimes C ...

                                               

Micki Schillig

Schillig comes from Cedar Rapids, Iowa and was a three-time state high school singles champion, before going on to play for San Diego State University SDSU. During her time at SDSU she was an All-American on three occasions and as a junior in 198 ...

                                               

Germantown, Pennsylvania

Germantown, Pennsylvania may refer to: Germantown Township, Pennsylvania, a defunct township incorporated into Philadelphia Germantown, Philadelphia, a neighborhood in the northwest section of Philadelphia Germantown, Columbia County, Pennsylvani ...

                                               

Thones Kunders

Thones Dennis Kunders was an early settler of colonial Pennsylvania. He was born in Gladbach, Germany, and was a citizen of Krefeld. A dyer by trade, he was the head of one of the first 13 German families who sailed aboard the ship Concord to arr ...

                                               

Robert Morris Colonials mens lacrosse

The Robert Morris Colonials mens lacrosse team represents Robert Morris University in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I mens lacrosse. The Colonials became a varsity program in 2005.

                                               

Elza Koveshazi-Kalmar

Koveshazi-Kalmar was born on January 1, 1876 in Vienna, Austria. She studied in Vienna and Munich. She was a member of the Kunstlerinnen group, the Hagenbund and the Hungarian artists association Keve. Among her awards she was the recipient of a ...

                                               

Byron Browne (artist)

Browne was born on June 26, 1907 in Yonkers, New York. He studied at the National Academy of Design from 1925 to 1928. He was a member of the Artists Union. In 1936 he was one of the founding members of the American Abstract Artists. He created m ...

                                               

Paris Is Out!

Paris Is Out! is a 1970 Broadway play by Richard Seff that starred Sam Levene and Molly Picon as Daniel and Hortense Brand, a married couple planning a vacation. The Broadway production ran for 96 performances after 16 previews at the Brooks Atki ...

                                               

1939 Scranton Tomcats football team

The 1939 Scranton Tomcats football team was an American football team that represented the University of Scranton during the 1939 college football season. The team compiled a 7–0–2 record, shut out five of nine opponents, and outscored all oppone ...

                                               

Tandy 3000

The Tandy 3000 is functionally a clone of the IBM PC-AT, the first PC by a major manufacturer using the fully 16-bit Intel 286 processor. As such, it departed from Tandys two previous PC workalikes the Tandy 2000 in 1983 and the Tandy 1000 in 198 ...

                                               

Kuo-chu Ho

Kuo-chu Ho is a Chinese professor of nuclear physics, known for one of the founders of theoretical physics in Nankai University.

                                               

Samuel Kennard

Samuel Mummey Kennard, known as Samuel Kennard, was a St. Louis, Missouri, businessman and Confederate Army officer. He was active in civic affairs and had an elementary school named after him. Kennard was born in Lexington, Kentucky, on January ...

                                               

Rick Staples

Rick Staples is an American politician who currently serves in the Tennessee House of Representatives. A Democrat, he represents District 15, which includes parts of the city of Knoxville.

                                               

Thomas Whitwell

Thomas Whitwell was a British engineer, inventor and metallurgist. Known as Tom, he was the third son of William and Sarah Whitwell of Kendal. Tom was initially educated at home via private tutors he was sent to the Quaker run York School at 10 y ...

                                               

The Ojai Apartments

The Ojai Apartments is an historic Mediterranean Revival apartment building at 1929 N. Whitley Ave., at the intersection of Whitley with Padre Terrace, in Hollywood, California.

                                               

Lawrence Darvall

Darvall was commissioned into the Green Howards on 16 August 1916 during the First World War. After transferring to the RAF as a flying officer in 1919, he became officer commanding, RAF Hawkinge in April 1939. He served in the Second World War a ...

                                               

Andrew McCulloch (British Army officer)

Born the son of Lord Ardwall and Christian Brown, as "Andrew Jameson", he was educated at Edinburgh Academy, the University of St Andrews and New College, Oxford. He adopted the surname McCulloch for inheritance purposes in 1892. After studying a ...

                                               

Andrew Becher

Educated at Rugby School, Becher was commissioned into the Royal Scots on 30 January 1878. After service with the Norfolk Regiment in South Africa, he became commander of the 2nd Lothian Volunteer Infantry Brigade in March 1907 and commander of t ...

                                               

Grasp (disambiguation)

A grasp generally refers to an act of taking, holding or seizing firmly with the hand. Grasp or GRASP may also refer to: Software: General Purpose Relativistic Atomic Structure Program, developed by Ian Grant and others for relativistic atomic st ...

                                               

Paul Kelly (doctor)

Paul Kelly is an Australian public health physician, epidemiologist and public servant who has served as the Acting Chief Medical Officer of Australia since 29 June 2020. He succeeded Brendan Murphy, who became the Secretary of the Department of ...

                                               

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Bangladesh

Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Bangladesh is a Bangladeshi Islamist Party registered with Bangladesh Election Commission. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Bangladesh was a member of the Islamist 20-Party alliance. It was a member of Islami Oikya Jote and which it left ...

                                               

Nilam Sawhney

Nilam Sawhney is currently serving as the first woman Chief Secretary of the newly formed state of Andhra Pradesh, India, since November 2019. She is a 1984 batch Indian Administrative Service officer of Andhra Pradesh cadre. She previously held ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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